Goodwin University Tuition: Investing in Your Future

Executing the idea of higher education from dream to reality can seem daunting; this can be especially so for those looking to become first-generation college graduates. We understand that tackling the cost of tuition can be tricky. Thankfully, we have just the right student support staff to help you navigate the process and steer you on your path to success.

Four ways to help finance your future:

  1. Grants - No repayment required
  2. Scholarships - No repayment required
  3. Student Loans - to be repaid via a variety of options
  4. Work Study Program - provides a steady paycheck on campus close to your classrooms

Believe in yourself on a budget: a few financial reasons why “it’s better here”

  • Goodwin University has one of the lowest tuition costs for private, nonprofit colleges in the state.
  • Most students start classes with little or no out-of-pocket expense.

As of fall 2023:

  • 98% of Goodwin students received financial aid in the form of grants or scholarships. (fall 2023 degree-seeking student data)
  • 60% of Goodwin undergraduate students receive Pell Grants (no repayment required).
  • $3.3 million in institutional scholarships were awarded to students. (fall 2022)
  • Goodwin University saved students roughly $500,000 in textbook costs in 2022.*

* Overall savings across 12 courses offering Open Educational Resources (OER)

Student cost per semester

Full-time Students (12-18* credits per semester) $9,994/semester
Three-quarter-time Students (9-11 credits per semester) $7,358/semester
Half-time Students (6-8 credits per semester) $5,242/semester
Students taking less than 6 credits per semester $735/credit

*Students taking over 18 credits in any semester will be charged $735 for each additional credit.

Tuition and fees are subject to change. See additional tuition and fee information for 2023-24.

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